What if science’s wormhole, is Elijah’s whirlwind?

If a flying car were to land in front of our home to whisk us away, we would be amazed. Because we have seen prototypes of flying cars, we would probably not think it impossible. But what would our ancestors who crossed the plains in horse drawn covered wagons have thought if one should have plopped down beside them. The next time we might laugh at Elijah being caught up in a whirlwind, we might want to remember physicists have suggested it is mathematically possible to travel very quickly through what they call a wormhole.

SCIENCE: A wormhole is a speculative structure linking incongruent points in space-time, and is based on a special solution of the Einstein field equations.

This suggests it is mathematically possible to connect two different points of time in space-time.

SCRIPTURE: In ancient words of the Bible, Elijah appeared to travel through a wormhole. “And it came to pass, as they still went on, and talked, that behold, there appeared a chariot of fire [Einstein’s gravitational field?] and horse of fire [the electromagnetic field?], and parted them both asunder [gravity attracts mass, electromagnetism attracts and repels the charge in the mass?]; and Elijah went up by a whirlwind [wormhole?] into heaven.” 2 Kings 2:11.

It was AD 1928 when Hermann Weyl proposed a wormhole hypothesis. It was 586 BC, Jeremiah told us about a wormhole of a whirlwind. Wormholes would be small even tiny holes to transport people and smaller items. Very large wormholes are perhaps the black and white holes to regulate and transport larger mass such as planets and galaxies.


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